ERIC Number: ED439170
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
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Asian American Interethnic Relations and Politics. Asians in America: The Peoples of East, Southeast, and South Asia in American Life and Culture Series, Volume 5.
Ng, Franklin, Ed.
The articles in this anthology address the complex subject of interethnic relations and Asian American politics, transcending ideas of Asian Americans as the model minority. The articles are: (1) "Opening the American Mind and Body: The Role of Asian American Studies" (Shirley Hume); (2) "Surviving Democracy's 'Mistake": Japanese Americans and the Lasting Legacy of Executive Order 9066" (Don T. Nakashimi); (3) "Education and the Socialization of Asian Americans: A Revisionist Analysis of the 'Model Minority' Thesis" (Bob H. Suzuki); (4) "The 'Success' Image of Asian Americans: Its Validity, and Its Practical and Theoretical Implications" (Won Moo Hurh and Kwang Chung Kim); (5) "Economic, Ideology, and Ethnicity: The Struggle between the United Farm Workers Union and the Nisei Farmers' League" (Stephen S. Fugita and David J. O'Brien); (6) "Intergroup Attitudes: Black American Perceptions of Asian Americans" (Michael C. Thornton and Robert J. Taylor); (7) "Racial Violence against Asian Americans" ("Harvard Law Review"); (8) "Japanese Americans and the New Chinese Immigrants: The Politics of Adaptation" (Leland T. Saito); (9) "Politics in an American Lifeboat: The Case of Laotian Immigrants" (John C. Harles); (10) "Asian Americans under the Influence of 'Japan-Bashing'" (Masako Ilino); (11) "Filipino Americans and the Marcos Overthrow: The Transformation of Political Consciousness" (Madge Bello and Vincent Reyes); (12) "Asian American Politics: An Agenda for Research" (Don T. Nakanishi); and (13) "Panethnicity in the United States: A Theoretical Framework" (David Lopez and Yen Espiritu). (Each article contains references.) (SLD)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Ethnicity, Immigrants, Minority Groups, Politics, Racial Relations, Socialization, United States History
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